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Census 2016: People in the richest parts of Melbourne also the hardest working

Melbourne's wealthiest areas also put in the longest hours at work, with neighbourhoods clustered around the central business district recording the highest rates of full-time work and overtime.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Census 2016: Sydney's most workaholic areas (and the most under-employed)

Sydney's wealthiest areas also put in the longest hours at work, with neighbourhoods clustered to the north and east of the central business district recording the highest rates of full-time work and..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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News video: Australian census 2016: the numbers are in

Australian census 2016: the numbers are in 01:21

From countries of birth to major religious affiliations to same-sex couples, here are some of the key findings coming out of the latest Australian census.
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News video: Australian census 2016: the numbers are in – video

Australian census 2016: the numbers are in – video 01:21

From countries of birth to major religious affiliations to same-sex couples, here are some of the key findings coming out of the latest Australian census
Source: Guardian -

News video: Census 2016: Canada’s Biggest Cities Are Growing

Census 2016: Canada’s Biggest Cities Are Growing 01:14

Canada’s population is growing with close to one-third of Canadians living in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia.
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News video: Nunavut Is No. 1 In Population Growth: Census

Nunavut Is No. 1 In Population Growth: Census 00:56

The fertility rate pushes Nunavut to no. 1 spot for population growth in Canada.
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Census 2016: Locals are moving out as new arrivals target Sydney

Sydney is running a ''population deficit'' with the rest of the country, new census figures show.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Census 2016 reveals a smarter, more professional Sydney

Sydney's workforce is dominated by professionals and managers.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Census 2016: Sydney's beauty obsession triggers a job surge

An image and health-obsessed Australia has provided a jobs boon for fitness instructors and beauty therapists.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Census 2016. Australians flock to Melbourne as locals head out

So popular is Melbourne with the rest of Australia that the locals are moving out to regional Victoria
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Census 2016: The workers with the longest hours in Australia

Professionals, including lawyers famous for their long hours, have been pipped for overtime by real estate agents and others in the hiring business.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Census 2016: Canberra leads the nation for riding to work

More Canberrans are riding to work and claiming the benefits to health and lifestyle.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Census 2016: public administration workforce falls and more Canberrans drive to work

The ACT has the highest rates of school completion and further study and more of us ride to work.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Census 2016: Australians increasingly restless as half move home

Almost half the Australian population has moved house during the past five years, one in every six people in the past 12 months.
Sydney Morning Herald


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